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Founding principal of Queen of Angels School, Roswell, Sister Patricia Clune, CSJ, is shown with two first-graders, Jacquelyn Daniel, left, and Sofi Garcia, right, on the 15th anniversary of the school, celebrated Oct. 3.


Queen of Angels School celebrates 15 years

Published October 16, 2014

ROSWELL—The past, the present and the future of Queen of Angels School, Roswell, came together on Friday, Oct. 3, to celebrate the school’s 15th anniversary.

Sister Patricia Clune, CSJ, founding principal, and Dr. Kathy Wood, retired principal, attended an all-school Mass along with alumni, parents of alumni, current and former staff members, students and the community. A reception followed in the school cafeteria and the former principals toured the school and visited the classrooms.

It was a great day to reflect on how far the school has come in 15 years and how bright the future is. Molly Carlin is the current principal at the regional Catholic school, which opened in 1999, serving approximately 500 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Queen of Angels was named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2007.